MP3: D. Brown & Regal Cover Ace Hood's "Hustle Hard"
I not only blog in the United States, but also for the Canadian brand website http://thegoodiebagblog.ca . My efforts in sending out my emails is to spread good music around not only in my home state, Michigan, but also across the U.S. and over seas. It is very important that we support each other in efforts of getting out good music. The artist attached to this email is known as . Brown. A strong up and comer is the underground hip hop scene with a master piece of a mixtape up his sleeve. So with that being said....
I'd like to kick off the first installment of The Friday Buzz with a good bang (pun intended.) I heard through the blogosphere that there was a need for a dope (original, different) remix to Ace Hood's comeback track Hustle Hard and when I heard the beat, this was the idea that came to mind. So I hope you will turn this up and play it over and over as I did once we wrapped it up. Enjoy. The Friday Buzz is a new music series brought to you by the B. Brown camp. Each Friday he will deliver a new song/verse/freestyle up until the release of his breakout album/mixtape, The Brenton Brown Affair. We hope that you will take a good listen to the music.
THE SONG AND COVER ART ARE ATTACHED as well as provided via HULKSHARE:
MP3: El-P Links w/ MC Nocando for "Time Won't Tell" Remix
When El-P celebrated the release of his instrumental beat odyssey Weareallgoingtoburninhellmegamixxx3 at Los Angeles' Low End Theory, it felt like the closing of a circle: the jagged, metallic boom bap that El-P pioneered coming head to head with the best of the new school beat generation influenced by El's work. So it's only natural for Los Angeles' MC Nocando, Low End Theory's resident vocalist, to sound so at ease rhyming over El-P percussion. On the "Time Won't Tell" remix, Nocando paints a bleak but vivid picture that meshes perfectly with the swirling synths and break neck drums of the original track.